This historic brownstone dates back to 1871 and has undergone a meticulous and thorough renovation. Comprised of four spacious units with well-thought out floor plans, 298 Beacon offers flexible, modern living with traditional touches that are synonymous with luxurious Back Bay living.
Offering iconic riverside Boston views, luxurious finishes, and on-site garage parking, our spacious and completely renovated three bedroom Boston luxury rental units bring the outside in with stunning views of the Charles River and Esplanade.
Coming Soon! Built in 1884, this jaw-dropping former single family mansion has been converted into four luxury units in the heart of Boston’s Back Bay. Hexagon Properties oversaw the painstaking restoration of the building, returning the stately building to its former glory while introducing the finest modern amenities. Units in this beautifully restored treasure will be available in spring 2017.
In a neighborhood known for its beautiful boulevards, Marlborough Street is considered by many to be the crown jewel, and the Cushing-Endicott House is one of the Back Bay’s most celebrated architectural treasures. Following suit, Hexagon is pleased to offer this luxurious penthouse with a spectacular roof deck.
Located on tree-lined Marlborough Street in Boston’s sought-after Back Bay neighborhood, this charming brownstone features seven units ranging from smaller units complemented by private outdoor gardens to an opulent penthouse with a remarkable roof deck.
Newbury Street is the chic anchor of Boston’s Back Bay, and this Hexagon penthouse is as good as it gets. Perched atop a spectacular building designed by the legendary architect Frank Gehry, you get all the benefits of being in the center of the action, yet high above it all.
In a town synonymous with luxury, Mother Lode Aspen is the dazzling pinnacle. Nestled in the heart of one of the world’s most majestic resort towns, this “mountain modern” rental property features three distinctive living and recreation spaces for both the short- and long-term.